Sourland Mountains Festival

Sourland Mountains Festival

Janiya Cox

On June 22 at 3 PM to 10 PM, there will be a festival at the Sourland Mountains in Hillsborough, New Jersey. Every year, there is a Sourland Mountains festival to bring the communities of Central Jersey together with musical talent, food, drinks, and family fun.  

The festival is hosted by the Sourland Conservancy, which is a non-profit organization that works to protect the Sourland religion.  

The Sourland region is home to the largest forest in Central Jersey. The area has parts of Somerset, Hunterton, and Mercer counties and encompasses a complex ecosystem of forest, wetlands, and grassland. People can bring all of their family and friends to enjoy the lineup of  the regions most powerful and exciting musicians. One can get seven hours of Sourland Mountains music, food, family activities and wildlife education.

This years lineup will be the New York based singer, Danielia Cotton, blues singer, Anthony Krizan, the bands Citizens Band Radio, The Adventures of Matte Black, sisters Nalani and Sarina and many more.

The Sourland Mountains Festival has partnered up with their local Green Team to move towards making the festival a zero waste event. The goal of doing this is to get rid of waste by reducing, packaging, reusing, recycling, and composting as much as possible.

The tickets will be $10 dollars for kids between 12 and 18. If you are under 12 it is free. Adults admission is $20 at the gate. Come and enjoy the Sourland Mountains Annual Festival!